Now in its fifth year, Homes returns to Olympia in November with some exciting new developments.

Homes is the only large-scale housing event taking place in London to bring together local authority, housing association, housebuilder professionals, with their lead advisors, across residential development, asset management and procurement.

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HOMES 2016

Homes is free* to attend for anyone working within a housing association, local authority, arm’s-length management organisation, charity, social enterprise or similar.

Meet thousands of senior housing professionals over two exciting days of learning, networking and deal-making.

A visitor pass at Homes gives you access to 2 content-rich days incorporating 4 theatres of excellent presentations and debates, the opportunity to hear from over 100 speakers as well as attending one of four high level Inside Housing breakfast briefings.

Speakers lined up for this year’s event include Mark Prisk MP, Former Housing Minister, Jane Porter, Executive Director, Operations, Amicus Horizon, and Paul Smee, Director General, CML (Council of Mortgage Lenders) just to name a few.

New to Homes 2016 is a PRS and home ownership conference taking place on Wednesday 16th November - places for this conference are limited and are also free of charge if you work in a senior role within finance, development or marketing and sales within a housing association, local authority or similar.

Register for Homes today for more information.

Homes will once again continue its partnership with the CPD Certification Service which means all sessions at Homes will be CPD certified, so everyone who attends the sessions can use the hours as part of their CPD requirements.

Book your visitor place now. For more information visit www.homesevent.co.uk or email conferences@oceanmedia.co.uk or alternatively call the events team on
020 7772 8599

* a visitor fee is applied to all commercial organisations